The Estonian Weather Service issued a level two warning for Pärnu County and a level one warning for the rest of Estonia on Friday (July 30) due to strong winds.
A level one alert (yellow) means the weather is potentially dangerous while a level two alert (orange) means the weather is dangerous.
On Friday morning, there will be southwest winds blowing in gusts of up to 15 m/s and until noon in gusts up to 20 m/s on the coast.
In the afternoon, the southwest wind will continue to blow on the mainland in gusts of up to 20 m/s, up to 23 m/s on the coast and up to 25 m/s around the Gulf of Riga.
Additionally, the service said the risk of forest fires in some areas of Estonia is still high.
To find information about every region of Estonia, visit the Estonia Weather Service's website.
Tallinn City Government also alerted Tallinners to the storm and urged them to park their vehicles in safe places.
Editor: Helen Wright